Charles Ball

Date published: 18/04/2013
© Newbury Weekly News





The funeral of Mr. Charles Ball, of King John's Almshouses, took place on Thursday afternoon, the service at the Primitive Methodist Church being largely attended by fellow church workers, members of the congregation and friends. The Rev. W. Lawson Jones officiated, being assisted by the Rev. Ralph R. Collier. The interment was in Newtown-road Cemetery.

The mourners were Mrs. C. Ball (widow), Mr. G. Ball (Belfast), Mr. Harry Ball Bournemouth, (sons) , Mrs. H. Russell, Caversham (daughter), Mr. H. Aldridge (grandson), Mrs. C. Middleton and Mrs. John Baverstock (grand daughters), Mrs. Simms and Mrs Blackmore, Andover (nieces), Mr. Charles Ball (nephew) Hurstbourne Tarrant, Mrs. J. Alderman (sister-in-law), Mrs. N. Russell, Southampton, Mrs. T. Taylor, Twyford, Mrs Geo. Ball, Mr. Fred  Hillier, Mr. William Noyes and Mr. Horace Russell (sons-in-law), Mr.John Baverstock and Mr. Harold Russell.


Wreaths were sent by His loving Wife; George and family, Belfast; Eddie and Horace; Harry and family, Bournemouth; Harry and Elsie; Kitty, Will and John; John and Peter; Lil and Nan, Southampton; From the Almshouses; Mr. and Mrs. harry Samuels; Primitive Methodist Women's Own; Primitive Methodist Ladies' Committee; Primitive Methodist Trustees; Members and Congregation;Newbury P. S. A.; Mr. and Mrs. Winters;Mrs and Miss Wellocks; Mr and Mrs. North, Didcot; Mr. and Mrs. James Baverstock; Mrs. Geering; Mr. and Mrs. Neale, Southampton; Dr and Mrs Wynter; Mr. and Mrs.Quallington; Mr. and Mrs. R.C.Scull; Mrs. Collins, Hurstbourne Tarrant; a few friends, Hurstbourne Tarrant; Harry, Amy, Tom and Betty Voss; Mr. W. Harding; and “From Uncle”.


Newbury Weekly News …...June 1931


Mrs Pattison page 162 “Aged 86”


Sources:Newbury Weekly News June 1931

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